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on sunday as zach johnson got the title and a playoff of woods and johnson both had 18 under par after four rounds and we report. >> reporter: tiger woods came close but not close enough. woods was paired with the fellow former masters champion zach johnson for the final round battle and it was the 18th hole after getting birdies on 16 and 17. zach johnson appeared to be finished after he put his approach shot in the water. but having taken a drop johnson produced this moment of magic. tiger needed par on the final hole. but he placed his second shot in the bunker. woods recovered to save par to force a one-hole playoff. woods and johnson would play 18 again and tiger found himself back in the same bunker. after zach johnson two putted for par, tiger needed to sink his par putt to force a second playoff hole but johnson completed the come back finishing four under on sunday and 13 under overall for the tournament. >> it's nice especially when it's my last tournament of the year and tiger played great and a couple putts here and there and the ones i missed he got and he is the host. >> it is
johnson, joining us. nelson mandela asked him to set up the nelson mandela rhodes focus and he's been a director for the last 10 years. you knew nelson mandela 23 years, coinciding with the moment he came out of prison. tell us the story of your first meeting. >> yes, thank you very much for letting me share my memories. everyone is finding it kath arctic. everyone is talking on the radios there. mine is that i was working with colleagues on a small antiapartheid newspaper called the weekly male. it was smuggled on to robin island and into the prison where the a.n.c. leadership were reading it. when he came out of prison a message came to me and my colleague at the "weekly mail", that he wanted us to interview him - every journalist's dream, especially a young and shallow one like myself. we did so. he expressed surprise the newspaper he was taking so seriously was run by children, but the relationship developed from there. i was a political writer, political editor and editor of the various newspapers, and i enjoyed an incredible relationship, a life-changing relationship. i would ne
on the golf course, final round of the northwestern mutual with tiger woods and zac johnson to the wire, tied at 13 under par. after tiger hit his approach in the bunker, johnson hits his ball in the water. johnson hits it. he makes it. he would go to extra holes, sudden death because woods would get up and down from the bunker. first play-off hole, woods hits his approach shot in the exact same bunker that he found on the last hole of regulation. so he would need to make this put a second play-off hole but it witness out, the win and a $1 million check to zac johnson. one other note, it's official in college football, florida state and auburn will play for the college football national championship in the bcs title game in pasadena. >> that was stunning. >> absolutely. >> it looks like the ultimate video game a computer scientists at the university of illinois are taking 3d computer imaging to the extreme to help better understand their research. >> ashi car isha has this report >> reporter: data comes to life. numbers transform into a flight skimming the surface of mars. known as the cave
a pretty big job ahead of them. mitchell johnson starred for the aussies on saturday. johnson twice on a hat trick as he claimed five crickets in a space of five over. >> i think for me to be able to back up the performance like i did in brisbane, to do it here, it's really a nice feeling for me. i guess there has been talk in the past i can have a performance where i blow a team away, and then the next one not to turn up. that's what made is more emotional for me an me. >> they battled back and alway . >> the first inning you have to get brought back under 200 you're not going to get anything. it's obviously very disappointing and you can't get away from that. there are no excuses. it's just not good enough. we need to make sure that we put that right. >> tiger woods with the lead in california. he equaled his own course record at the sherwood country club. he shot 10 birdies in an under par round of 62. johnson is a runner up, he's end. >> well, i played well. i obviously hit a lot of good shots. i made--i made more puts than i did yesterday. i missed a couple of kick-ins. but tod
ahead of them against australia. mitchell johnson start with the aussies on friday. he took 7 for 40. johnson was twice on a hat trick as he claimed five wickettets of just five over. >> to be at back up performance, to do it here, you know, it's really nice. a really nice feeling for me. i guess there's been talk in the past that we can have those performances where i can blow a team away and then the next team not turn up, so that's why it was more emotional for me special. >> johnson means they could have been forced to battle on. but they decided t decided to b. >> another disappointing performance. you can't afford to test matches certainly in test innings. you're not going to win anything. it's obviously very disappointing, and can't go away from that. there is going to be no excuses. it's not good enough. we need to make sure that we put that right. >> the first test between new zealand and the west indies finished in the test. heavy rain forced play to be abandoned with the kiwi's 31 runs short of the total. tiretiger woods will start his d round in california. he equaled his
bring the two partners 6,000km closer toot. >> hundreds of syrians walk on foot. >> mitchell johnson blows away england as australia takes a step towards regaining the ashes - oh no. >> you're watching the newshour. >> the w.t.o. agreed a deal on global commerce making it easier for poorer countries too trade. it could add up to $18 trillion to the global economy. >> in egypt - 21 women and girls imprisoned for protesting in october, including seven girls under 18. the red cross says 300 people have been killed in 48 hours after violence between militias and the central african republic. thousands of people are looking at refuge at the airport where french soldiers are on guard. >> some people are talking about a religious or sectarian war against christians and muslims. is that how the situation is developing? >> it's a political crisis, and unfortunately some people are using the intentions between the communities peacefully together. about 15 to 20% mousse limbs who are active in the any and now the author represented in politics and some don't like that. this is what is going on.
. >> the autolook was bleaker in the "80, in 1981 magic johnson announced he was h.i.v. positive. many assumed it would kill him. he's going strong today. >> now when a person is diagnosed with h.i.v. access to health care, housing and good nutrition, they can live a near-normal life span. >> a million americans are infected. diagnosing and treating infections early can control the virus. >> these days there's a test that can be brought at the pharmacy and be used at home. >> advocates hope it will reach 20,000 americans that don't know that they are infected. >> despite advancing like these challengeses remain. >> h.i.v. is disproportionally affected. socially marginalised. that continues today to include gay men of all races. women of colour, transgender women. >> there are troubling numbers. more men are having unprotected sex with other men, raising concerns about spreading h.i.v. blacks make up half the americans living with h.i.v. his panics, one in five. >> bobby says he contracted the virus by abusing drugs and sharing dirty needles. he says getting treatment was tough at first, becaus
to stores after the company brought back aggressive discounts that ron johnson, the previous ceo, had dropped. the do you closed lower on tuesday. falling 94 points. analysts say investors are worried about pulling back on the federal stimulus. we'll get a picture with a release of the closely watched jobs report. >> it's a growing problem on the streets, people riding bikes without helmets, a pair of designers are hoping to revolutionize biking safety with fashion. >> cycling is a big part of life in sweden. about 80% of people ride bikes as part of the daily commute and pleasure. only a third wear helmets. i have been following with a cycle. why should you wear a helmet. i crash with a helmet. i cracked into two pieces. rather the helmet than my head. >> when we were kids we learnt to ride a bike and never used a helmet. >> two industrial design students decided to create a helmet that people would want to wear. the hovding was born, mixing high tech with fashion. >> they went to something discrete. something better with style, and not interfere with the health style or van itty iss
. in 1991, basketball star magic johnson announced he was h.i.v. positive. many assumed it would kill him. he's still going strong today. >> now when a person is diagnosed with h.i.v. if they have access to health care, stable housing, they can live a normal life span. >> activists say diagnosing and treating infections early can help to control the virus. these days there's a test people can buy and use at home. it's hoped it will reach 20% of americans who don't know that they are infected. despite advances like these, changes remain. >> h.i.v. is disproportionately affected. these people experience discrimination. that continues to include gay men of all races, women of colour, transgender women and people who inject drugs. >> there are troubling numbers. more men are having unprotected sex with other men. blacks make up nearly half the americans living with h.i.v. his panics one in five. bobby says he contracted the virus by abusing drugs and sharing dirty needles. he says getting treatment was tough because he was homeless. >> it was hard to worry about going for a doctor when you we
would finish 3-under 69. tiger lead by two shots and zach johnson even par at 72 at sherwood country club to go 11-under overall. you know, zach and you ar are ot together again and it will be fun. >> bubba made a move and he is right there. three guys have a real good shot at it. >>> in sun city in south africa jamie donaldson hold as three stroke lead. the welshman had four days on the back 9. donaldson is ahead of bjorn in the race for the $1.25 million purse. >>> tennis former world number one maria sharapova has rirnd td to the court for the first time follow a shoulder injury. 12-10 bas10 was the score. it was sharapova's first match since august the russians expect to make the first tournament return in bring. >>> the bruins beat pittsburgh 3-2. this hit on eriksson resulted in a melee. they dfnl didn't stretch it offr having a difference of opinion with thornson. chara scored the winner to bring them within a point of pittsburgh. >>> meanwhile the dallas stars dlashed ththrashed the flyers 5. the second period saw dallas breakaway. a third hatti hat trick this se. >>> and in
shot to chris johnson, tennessee looking for their playoffs hopes alive. tyson with indianapolis. the coach would man up. a fumble, freeman scoops up the piggy. indy is back in business because in the fourth quarter, what could brown do for you? donald brown starting in place of trent richardson who got benched big time as brown and indy would win 24 to 14 improving to 8 and 4 on the season. notes. new york giant, the washington redskins in a classic nfc match, ball 24-seventeen. they saved the best for last, saints in seattle to at that he can on the seahawks. rebecca is going, yay. >> yeah. >> for the saints. yeah. >> r rein the >> travel concerns right now as we got freezing rain and drizzle in a few spaces in the northeast. in fact, massachusetts and connecticut and parts of vermont have been dealing with those slippery icy roads. we are also seeing a freezing fog advisory in parts of upstate new york. this can quickly put down a layer of ice on the roadway. so beware. >> that's definitely a travel concern, a little band of showers has been skirting its way through gradually
suspicions of mike woodson loading his job to altercations between players, including johnson and anthony arguing. and otize getting into it. everything is being handled or is much ado about nothing. >> there was a mistake that happened defensively. when it happened, there was words exchanged. at the end of the day that is behind us. we have to move on. that's basketball. if you play any kind of sport that happens. sometimes it's healthy, i think. >> did you and canyon get into it. i think he was talking about apple pasta, and he had shell pasta, we had an argument about that. >> some people take their past yes seriously. >> now to college football. a u.s. team is hoping bringing back one of pete carroll's assistance well get them back in the hunt for a title. a los angeles native takes over the sc at the university of washington, where he posted is 34 and 29 record. steve sarkisian and kiffin served under pete carroll before each became coaches. lane kiffin was fired and placed by edokayeron and rejected an offer to work under steve sarkisian. >> to be home, and be the head football coac
appreciate it, man. >> take care. >> reporter: there go. >> so your team. >> magic johnson's lakers. that's it. >> reporter: yep. >> it gets complicated from there. >>> nothing says christmas in new york like the rockefeller tree. tonight the 76-foot christmas tree will light up the sky with 50,000 lights with a large crystal star at the top. goo-goo dolls, are they still performing, jewel and mary j. blige are among the musicians performing. sorry about that. a storm is making it's way across the country. dave warren is back with a look at the national forecast. >> every sunday night al jazeera america brings >> meteorologist: the cold arctic air will work its way south. there is snow coming down still. we have a lot of snow yesterday in minnesota. more snow coming down as the cold air pushes south and we have warm air pushing up, that will continue. look at these teaches as we wake up tomorrow morning. this is what it feels like on your skin. when you factor the wind gusts and cold temperatures, it feels like 30 below. now the problem comes in with the storm developing over the texas pa
including janet yellen to lead the federal reserve and jay johnson to head homeland security. one senator is looking to keep police from tapping her phones, last year cell phone carriers handed over phone records to authorities over 1.1 million times, the records revealed tax collar locations and other data use and massachusetts senator edward marky is protecting customers and drafting a bill that would require police to get a warrants before making those requests. operational improvements are in place at the site of last week's deadly derailment in new york city and two congressman are calling for safety standards to protect passengers and we are joined with erica with more. >> reporter: mta up graded the signal system to warn train operators before they approach the sharp curve where it happened and the train was going over 80 miles per hour as it hit the turn where the speed limit is only 30 miles per hour and operators have reduced of the reduced speed limit and the train will break automatically if it is speeding inside the curve. in the same weekend funeral services were held for t
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